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still in the 50s. so we're still dealing with dry air out there. and with that, that is why i'm thinking that the showers that come up over the mountains will break up when they run into the dry air. glen burnie 57 and dew point of 53. hour-by-hour forecast, 78 by lunchtime and afternoon temperature around 3:00 to 4:00, 83 degrees. and the clouds may thicken up and possibly a stray shower. and now over to lauren cook and abc2 news timesaver traffic. >>> we have patchy fog in the region. that will be a big problem this morning. so you'll want to slow down and be careful as you head out. but we have a crash to tell you about in howard county. this is on route 1. this is something to keep in mind. and as far as the beltway is concerned, it's really picking up right now on the northwest corner. here's what it looks like on old court road. you're looking at a 11 minute ride. as we check in and take a look at other drive times, no problems to report on the beltway from parkville all the way up towards towson. and for those of you using the jfx, no problems to report and no delays, just 11 minu
towards the mountain. you heard me talk all week how the dew point have been in the 40s and the 50s. with that, that is dry air in place so that is going to fizzle out and we'll be dry. so that is what i'm thinking as we go through the afternoon. but all and all, the temperatures coming in seasonable in edge mere but we're cool in columbia coming in around 52. this is that hour-by-hour forecast for you. as we go through the day. the clouds will begin to move in here. and i'll call it partly cloudy and temperature around 78 as we head into lunchtime for today. and now a check of the abc2 news timesaver traffic with lauren cook. we have a little patchy fog. >>> that is a problem across the region. so be careful as you head out. we have our first crash of the day in howard county right in ellicott city on waterloo road and snowed in river parkway. for those of you heading to interstate 70, we'll be delay free from columbia pike up to 695. this is how traffic is shaping up on 695 right now. the west side is nice and clear. and here, we're starting to pick up on the outer loop. but you'r
and they continue this morning. we just learned a few moments ago that protestors stormed the u.s. embassy in yemen. they didn't get inside of the building. but they did enter the ground and they burned the american flags. now meanwhile the u.s. military responded to the deadly atang on americans in libya and tahman bradley has the latest events. >> reporter: cities across the arab world tense and facing violent anti-american demonstrations u.s. navy forces have moved two missile destroyers to the coast of libya. there was a second night of unrest in egypt, protestors took to the streets angry over the antimuslim film. police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to keep a crowd away from the u.s. embassy in libya. on the streets of benghazi, libya, a different picture, hundreds of protestors protested tuesday's attack on the out by a rogue group of mill talents. four americans were killed including the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens a rising diplomat seen here in a youtube video. >> my name is chris stevens. and i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> he risked his life to stop a tyrant. th
murdered a mayor married couple in their 80s into another day on picket line and another day of kids out of classroom. day three of the teacher strike in chicago. are they getting closer. is either side budging? and one antique dealer says it's like finding a needle in a haystack. that haystack a west virginia flea market and you are not going to believe what the needle was. those stories are straight ahead on this wednesday morning. we are aircraftously awaiting to hear -- anxiously awaiting to hear from charley crowson. he and his wife are in the hospital awaiting the arrival of their first child and you are looking at the roads and lynette is looking at the weather. the morning chilly. >> it is. we have fog out there and i know it's affecting the roadways. >> there's a lot of reduced visibility in frederick and carroll counties. so be extra careful. >> exactly. cool this morning as well. so, careful, have the jacket as you head out and about. look how pretty it is out there. this will fool you if you look out the door and think you are set to go because you are seeing plenty of sunshi
police s.w.a.t. team searched the area looking for the gunman. and investigators don't think the victim or the gunman were students at morgan state. and right now, many students are concerned leading to questions about how easy it can be for outsiders to come in and cause trouble. >> you have an open campus. and it is physically impossible to prevent people from the outside from coming in. in fact, you know, we very often welcome people from the community. >> reporter: now police have not released the name of the victim and once again, they are still searching for the gunman. reporting live in northeast baltimore, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> two people in maryland have now died from west nile virus. and that is two deaths out of the 25 cases that have been reported in maryland. so today in baltimore county they are doing something about it. they are spraying trying to prevent the spread of the virus. linda so is out live this morning in millford area an area where they are going to see some praying tonight. the linda? >> reporter: crews will be back out here tonight to spray at #:30
up there. we are in the mid-6 as -- 60sthis morning. so we feel humid and that continues through the day. temperatures in darlington right now is 66 degrees with the dew point at 65. some areas dealing with patchy fog in aberdeen with 66 temperatures and dew . at 66 -- point at 66 meaning the air is saturday waited. hour by hour by lunchtime that temperature is at 96 with sunshine. let's check the traffic with mike masco good morning. >> reporter: good morning. got a new wreck on 695 clockwise as you make your way towards 702. i want to pull up a network cameras. just after chesico police and fire activity going o expect massive delays on 695 heading east of town. 70 eastbound at exit 68 an accident that's being cleared. and north of town near he'll beington at exit 103 we have an ongoing crash being cleared off the roadway. outside for a live shot. we will look and show you things look pretty good. 6 the 5 -- 695 at harford cam. we did but things are look good and it's mock along. here's drive times and 95 southbound at 659 downtown that's a 15-minute commute. guys. >>> we begin
.6 million for monument including the u.s. u.s. arizona memorial at pearl harbor. >>> it's not something that happens often, rarely ever in new york. >> people are still cleaning up from a tornado that touched down close to the city. >> this is near new york, capture bade reporter. it hit a neighborhood in queens saturday, started out as a water spout and churned on shore, turning in to a full fledged tornado. it knocked down power lines and trees causing structural damage to buildings. we have talked about this before, every time we show the video of water spouts, you say this can be the result. >> exactly. the water spouts and once it moves over land it becomes a tornado. we had a tornado warning for arundel county on saturday as well. it was doppler indicated. nothing at the ground. definitely good news there. better news for today. because it's absolutely gorgeous. we are on the cool side this morning, don't leave the house without your jacket. low to mid-50s manchester and stevenson, 60s stephensville and tillman, edgewood, 57, bel air 57 degrees this morning. the reason why tempera
pilots and performers. a crash in colorado in the 1950s led to new rules. all air shows must stay 500 feet to 1500 feet away from crowds to avoid flying into people. >>> a terrifying moment caught on camera as an out of control monster truck crashes into the stands. this happened in oregon saturday at the monster air 2012 showch the truck the driver lost control and bounced through a mud pit and over a barricade before smashing into spectators. the people were hit by the truck. and it 48 inch tire. they were taken to the hospital for their injuries and it's not considered to be life- threatening about a scarry experience for the people. >>> check this out, these guysworked hard. >> uh-huh. >> and waited sometime for some unusual facial hair. check this out. this is the first great lakes regional beard and mustache championship held over the weekend in lansing, michigan. proceeds from the championship are being donated to charity. the winners of the regional competition will head to the championships in november. this is serious competition. maybe a little inspiration for you there.i l
to give you good weather to bring the bundle of joy home. take the jackets out today, 40s and 50s this morning, we have a few clouds and this morning, those will get out of here as we head in to the afternoon. this is this bel air this morning, if these clouds weren't out there, this temperature oh would be colder this morning. we might deal with a frost advisory in western maryland. dew point dry, looking at 43 for a dew point. dew point of 45 davidsonville. clarksville, temperature around 47 degrees, dew point of 45 degrees. last stop this morning is kept island, 57, where it's warmer getting the water influence. temperatures not as cold. 46 degrees for a dew point. we are going to be in the thick of things in terms of the chilly air as we look at the most powerful radar, maryland is dry, dealing with showers, the further to the north you go. gettysburg, fairfield this is crossing i-85. if your travels are taking you in that direction, be prepared for that. hour by hour forecast, temperature at 55 this morning by lunchtime, 67. this afternoon, 70 degrees, that's the high with s
on this morning. we get cold. bundle up as you head out and about. temperatures in the 40s in some spots, we have the low 50s. show you the numbers in a second. let's check out maryland's most powerful radar, to the north, we can see around carlisle and i'm not sure, to the west of the areas, that's where you are seeing a lone shower, beginning to fizzle out. in maryland this morning, we are nice and dry and starting to see a little bit of clearing out there, with that, the temperatures really dropping you have in manchester, 48 degrees, 50 churchville, 55 edgemere. denton 49. we should be at 55 for a low temperature. we are below that. at the surface, high pressure is going to continue to do its thing for today and tomorrow. that's when we will see change in the forecast by wednesday. another front will be moving in to the area, this is what you can expect for this time of the year, the fronts will come more often. we have north westerly flow and high pressure that north well flow is a cooling flow, we will feel it thought the day. yes the temperatures will warm up. they are going to stay below
this month, so the older models are discounted and lastly, if you have a green thumb, retailers slash !<sthe prices on plants after labor day as the temperatures get cooler. everyone goes to the supermarket. if you are looking for a good deal. get a bargain there if you buy in season. >> is there anything that we should not be buying right now? >> reporter: when it is not the best time to go ahead and look for deals. lucky for us, lucky for the consumer, we have passed through the time frame. june, july and august, actually among the worst times to look for good prices. that 1 usually when the prices are high. september, not a lot of holidays around september. we tend to see the lower prices retailer, more willing to negotiate on the price. thank you so much. you got that charlie? >> parents, listen to. this beginning november 4th, jc penney will offer free hair cuts to kids every sunday. they tried the promotion last month and it was so successful, they are continuing it. more than 1 million a half children got the free hair cuts. >>> school bells maybe ringing but it remains to be seen
hall and we are talking about visibility issues this morning. we are the low 70s in reisterstown and sykesville. and this is what the hour by hour forecast looks like for today. by lunchtime, temperatures close to 80 with rain in the forecast. over to you. >>> well it happened once again someone killed at tee bee's place but the victim was an employee. >> back in gal, a man was -- july a man was killed in the parking lot. >> sherrie johnson has the latest on this. and we understand the victim worked at the bar but neighbors say enough is enough. >> reporter: we have learned the victim tavares jones was a security guard there for 6 years. neighbors hope the stabbing will catch the attention of county leaders to shut the bar down. jones was trying to break up a fight when he was stabbed to death. violence at the bar is nothing new. and in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in the parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant problem and in fact, they have written the councilman but never got a response. on sunday night, family, friends a
. hundreds of u.s. soldiers are heading home from afghanistan. according to defense officials, they are the last of 2009 troop surge to leave the country. in 2009 president obama ordered 33,000 additional troops to afghanistan, their goal to stabilize the country. there are still about 68,000 american troops based in that country. >>> sharon love hopes her daughter's story can help others who are facing domestic violence. yeardley love was killed by her ex-boyfriend in 2010. now her family wants to be sure her memory lives on. they created the one love foundation. we have spoke to sharon love about the foundation, the trial with george hughly and the jury that found him guilty of murder. sharon talked about what he said to the family during the sentencing. >> i think it would probably have been better had he just not said anything to us. and his appearance, when we first saw him it was entirely different than what i knew him to look like. he was -- he'd morph into a young boy again and he was presented that way in court. >> hughly was sentenced to 23 years if prison. the one l
are in the 40s and 50s this morning. i will tell you when they get more seasonable levels coming up. anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. i'll have the build your own burger with a...n? sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. >>> this is your abc2 news to g thanks for joining us. charley is off today and i am megan pringle. we will start with meteorologist lynn jet charles look at what -- lynette charles looking at what you are facing as you head out. >> beautiful skies out there. look at ocean city and this beautiful sunrise this
. it mate be november before the u.s. congress complete the $500 billion farm bill as lawmakers can't agree on how much to cut support to farmers or food stamps for the poor. >>> the obama administration says that the government has already approved some of the 72,000 applications from young illegal immigrants speaking -- seeking to avoid deportation and get a work permit. those who would be eligible to apply came to the united states before they turned 16 years old. >>> new census information is expected to be released today. the census bureau will announce findint from the2011 annual report income poverty and health insurance coverage in the united states. -- and arnold palmer received the congressional gold medal today. he is generally regarded as one of the greatest players in men's professional golf. he won 7 major championships in his long career. >>> a big day for baltimore city schools. today, the foundation hosts a grand opening of the first three school libraries and this morning abc2 news education reporter sherrieionis here with more. that's something students need but we don't
with windy conditions as well. now, though, we see the temperatures in the 70s, shady side, easton, 72 degrees, chester town 69. 68 bel air. we saw rain falling this morning and accidents out there. at the sufas, we are humid, rain off towards the west, behind the cold front we will get breezy and dry and albring in cooler air for tomorrow. future trend, picking up on a wet commute and in to this evening. isolated tornados and damaging winds, today's temperature, 78 degrees by tonight 61s the storms and showers will taper off, 73 by tomorrow k he is a check of the seven-day forecast, as we will dry out nicely by the end of the week. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning, tell us how the road are looking. >>> you will want to expect reduced visibility in addition to the rain. the rain cleared up in harford county in the bel air area. we are left with an accident on main street at homestead street. the accident scene is across the bel air united methodist church. be careful if you are headed to 95, the roads are going to be slick, harford to baltimore counti
in u.s. air -- disappointed in u.s. airlines and minutes later he discovered he was the reason why the plane was turned around. he was pulled off at gunpoint. his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend are accused of making the phone call. shell is not totally innocent. we should tell you there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest in one city in texas. no word this morning on charges he is going to face with that. >>> a sheriff deputy put his life on the lined is hailed a hero. right now it's time to go back to school. >> absolutely. and that means for some moms it's that time of year when you get a spring in your step. >> bye. bye. go to school. yep. mommy need her time. [ music ] >> all right. busting a move at the bus stop. clearly no sadness for this mom. don't hit yourself on the way out. they are heading back to class and it's time to celebrate. this mom recorded her performance back to school dance and got a thumbs up from the bus driver i bet she did. >> he pulled up and goes i like your style. so of course that made me laugh and i think that's probably what made me dance
u.s. and international traders could develop some sense of security with the afghan forces there. >>> you want the new iphone 5? get in line. fans are doing it today because the iphone goes on sale. an across the country, people have gone mad trying to get their hands on it. linda is live at a verizon store this morning to tell us what people are saying. >> reporter: there are about five people waiting in line here, the first mom and son here since 1:00 this morning. we are getting our first glimpse at the iphone 5. the manager has it right here in his hands. i have my iphone 4 so we can compare the difference. so what's different? >> it's thinner, lighter and faster with the lte network on verizon wireless. >> reporter: it has a bigger screen? >> it's longer, 4 inches as opposed to the 3 and a half. >> reporter: and it's thinner? >> 20% thinner. >> reporter: and the back of the phone is made of a different material? >> you have a little different material. the old one was glass and now it's and aluminum back as well. >> reporter: everyone wants their phone to be fast. does this
. you can see low 60s in columbia and arnold. the wind are on the light side and will pick up 5 to 10 miles an hour going through time today. and as we go through the hour by hour forecast, it looks like this. we will warm up nicely right around 81 but the showers and storms are in the forecast. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the rain is leading to a very hectic commute. we have several accidents across the region. trouble in baltimore county where there's a crash in phoenix right on paper mill road at cooper road. and traveling on 83, that will be nice and clear as you head from hunt valley to 695 and it remains that way getting on the jfx. now as we check in and look live here at 695, the west side extremely jammed at liberty road. the outer loop will be slow as you continue to make the drive down towards route 40 and this is 95 heading downtown at 395. nothing to get in your way. fort mchenry tunnel is nice and clear and for those in howard county, watch out for a crash along the eastbound lanes of route 32. right a
on the iffy side. this is what we are working with this morning. temperatures in the 60s every where. so very mild. we don't need the coat with you what you need is the rain gear. one of the reasons why we are dealing with the mild air beside the fact the clouds are out there, we do have the wind out of the southwest pushing in the warmer air and that will continue throughout the day at 5 to 10 miles an hour. we are looking at the cold front at the surface. this is what's going to move through by tomorrow. behind it we will have cooler air moving in. but this cold front is going to stall out and sag to the south of us. so with that, it will bring us a chance for showers and storms each and every day going through weekend. so it's not looking like we will see -- we will see downpours but we have the chance for spotty showers to work their way into the picture. so this is what we are seeing at 5 for today. the compute home be another wet one. 81 degrees is the high. it's going to be warmer and we should be at 74 now. 64 this evening and showers and storms still possible by tomorrow. we still ha
this morning. with the warm beverage and we are looking at temperatures in the 40s andn a lot of spots and low 50s -- in a lot of spots and low 50s. frederick at 46 degrees and shadyside elementary school at 49 degrees this morning. the winds are pretty much calm. they will be picking up out of the south at 5 to 10 miles going throughout the day. also we will see the cloud on the increase and i will call a sun-cloud mix but it's dry right now and will stay that way as we go throughout the day. the hour by hour forecast brings us to about 75 degrees this afternoon. that's the high. we will be seeing plenty of sunshine for today. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the main trouble spot is going to be 95 up in harford county. we are dealing with a car fire right now. you are looking live at level road. and notice it's causing a significant backup. so if you are traveling in the area, try to avoid 95. stick with route 40 or route 7 as your alternate. and if you are traveling on the beltway, that west side really starting to jam here at
in the low 40s in glenwood and also jefferson this morning. 49 in bel air. and as we look at what's going on in terms of the radar, not a whole lot. maryland's most powerful radar and it will stay that way as we go into the afternoon time frame and we're going to get another day out of it as well and then we'll start to see a little bit of change. but here's your hour by hour forecast as we will still see plenty of sunshine even into lunchtime. this afternoon, temperature coming in at 77 degrees. that's the high. with ample sunshine. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>> good morning lynette. well, we have a new accident to tell you about. it's in baltimore county in essex. it's right along the northbound lanes of route 702 at old eastern avenue. and if you are traveling in northwest baltimore, we're also doling with an accident on reisterstown road and northern parkway. congestion is starting to pick up on many of the main lines. as we check in and take a live look outside at the west side of the beltway here at liberty road. inner loop j
of death. >>> identity thieves are dipping into the pockets tw%so nation's most vulnerable. the scammers are going after seniors in a new scam that is leaving some social security recipients short on cash. you see they are getting their hands on personal information such as full names and bank account numbers. this is all happening just as a social security administration is getting to switch to the recipients all of the recipients to direct deposit and getting rid o of the paper checks. crooks fraudulently reroute the benefits to their own bank accounts and prepaid debit cards. >>> they can't vote in the election, but that's not stopping high schoolers from getting involved in the political process. they are planning to go door to door drumming run support for the maryland dream act that helps undocumented imgrants go to college on instate tuition rates. >> our students are passionate about the dream act because they believe and we believe that every child in maryland deserves a high quality education. >> the students plan to hold a news conference saturday before they go door to door.
.c., obey the four simple letters, s-t-o-p or pay the price. >> give us a break. the stop sign cameras are out? give us a break. >> i don't think they should put it on the stop signs now. i think that's a little too much. >>reporter: the nation's capital is following the lead of california where photo- enforced stop signs have been raking in the dough. >> i just got a ticket in the mail with a picture of my vehicle and my license plate. i just think they're a revenue for california. >>reporter: these cameras placed in the santa monica hills were put up in 2007. offenders fined $100, brought in $2 million last year. >> if it's something that's not posted and people aren't aware of it or they don't announce it and just kind of put it there and they don't know it's there, it's kind of misleading. >>reporter: but drivers are warned. washington d.c. is gearing up to install 16 stop sign cameras by the end of the year, mostly at intersections near schools. run through one of these and it'll cost you $50 in the district. last year d.c.'s red light and speed limit cameras raked in $55 milli
70s in annapolis and also cambridge. denton at 74. 71 in chestertown and we're at 70-degrees in woodbine and also westminster this morning. out in bel air where we are seeing plenty of cloud out there. a few peeks of sunshine throughout the day. the trend has been for the past couple of days for the sun/cloud mix and i believe we'll see more of that through time. the satellite and radar picking up on a few showers to the south of baltimore this morning. scattered in nature. that's what we may see as we go into the afternoon. part-time going to call it more isolated as woe go through game time. so we should stay dry for the most part. the reason why i have to keep the chance for the showers in is well, we have this trough of low pressure. it's at the surface and with that it could keep us a little bill on the unstable size even though high pressure is beginning to build in. to the tropics where we're dealing with hurricane leslie and also have hurricane michael right back out here. hurricane leslie not doing anything that's going the stay bay way from the -- to stay away from
this morning. this morning the u.s. postal service are recognizing john mullkeski and david warren. they're from dundalk for driving 1 million miles without ever being in an accident. >>> tomorrow is national drug takeback day, and so from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon, you can drop off any unused prescription drugs. by doing so, you can help prevent drug abuse as well as theft. to find the locations in your county, you can always head to the d.e.a. website, put in your zip code and they'll get you everything you need to know about where this is happening. >>> if you're looking for something else to do this weekend, you can always head to mount vernon this weekend because it is the baltimore book festival which is always a great event. it kicks off at noon today and it's going to go until 8:00 this evening, then noon to 8:00 again on saturday and noon to 7:00 on sunday. it includes three days of book signings, panel discussions, even cooking demonstrations. more than 200 nationally- renowned celebrities and area authors are going to be there to attend the event. >>>
a woman back in the 1980s, however, ronald post is fighting to stop his execution with his lawyers, saying that he is too fat to be executed. without extra pain and suffering. the death row inmate, he weighs nearly 500 pounds. people in the town where this happened are pretty upset about the court filing. >> what does that got to do with it? he still did it. he's still the same guy if he weighed 1,000 pounds. he's still the same guy. he killed a girl, there's no doubt about it, shot her in the head for $100. they should have executed him years ago. >> oo -- other obese death row inmates like post have tried to claim troubles with lethal injection in the past. so far those have not been honored, at leave in ohio. post is scheduled to be executed in january. >>> we're hearing more from the mom who sparked a huge debate around the country about breastfeeding. you may remember this. she was nursing her toddler and it was on the cover of time magazine. it's been nearly four months since this famous cover hit the newsstands and now jamie lee grummet, she is saying that e was unhappy with the ph
, where they're going to be collecting this in your county, all you have to do is head to the d.e.a.'s website, put in your zip code and they'll get it for you. >>> drivers on a georgia highway could not believe their eyes. take a look and you'll see why. they saw a man driving and on the hood of his car a woman, it was his girlfriend. so you can imagine there were a lot of calls to 911 about this incident. jonathan salla and he says he was the one driving, his girlfriend, her name is lydia amu. they got into a fight. when he tried to leave, she hopped on the hood of the car and said she wasn't budging. he took off and went on the interstate, traveling speeds up to 80 miles per hour. >> what this man is guilty of, if anything, is grotesque equityity. he's not guilty of a crime. >> salla was arrested. the judge let him out on bond. he is not allowed to go near his ex-girlfriend. >>> stay with us this morning. checking the console of your car, peek in your wallet, you're going to want to, there's a winning megamillions ticket out there, the jackpot quarter million dollars. you better f
are in the upper 60s. we are humid around glen burnie, temperature around 70. we look at the hour by hour forecast, patchy fog in some spots. humid conditions and storms in to the afternoon. the temperature coming in around 78 degrees. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning. >>> good morning, the rain is leading to a hectic commute, dealing with comments across the region, trouble in northeast baltimore, a crash on hamilton, bel air, something to watchout for. baltimore county, a crash in reisterstown, tarragon at brook berry drive. if you are headed to the beltway, here is a live look at the west side, extreme delays on the outer loop at liberty road, that will continue driving towards route 40. the inner loop will be clear, through pikesville and more volume here on 695, overly , the inner loop and outer loop packed in both directions, and if you are traveling in arundel, an accident in gambles on route 424, at route 450. meagan, over to you. >>> teachers strike in chicago entered the 6th day monday. it is the first teachers trike in chicago in 25 years. the two side
temperatures now coming in the 70s. we are quite muggy, quite mild outside this morning, there is your hour by hour forecast, in to lunchtime, temperature coming in at 83 degrees. now a check of the time saver traffic with mike masco. good morning, everybody. it's about debris on the roadway this morning. one crash to report. let's take you to the maps, falls road, impacted due to a downed tree from overnight storms that moved through, near deep run court. be aware of that this morning. both directions on falls road being affect by the tree down. up towards upper, dover road, an accident, pilesville, 136, shut down, the law is on the scene, due to debris on the roadway. we will slide it south of town, a crash on going, working on this one, green castle road. speeds are reduced. there is near maryland 43, volume starting to pick up, drive time looking good. >>> a hazmat incidents in baltimore has police searching for a parkville teenager this morning, linda so is live at county police headquarters to tell us what happened and why they are looking for this guy. >> people had to be evacuated f
was shot in the hip and the mother in the upper arm. neighbors tell abc 2 news that a s. w. a. t. team was called to the same home about two weeks ago in the incident. the community meeting runs from 6:30 to 8 at 1101 he's 33rd 33rd street for the better waverly community to talk about crime and safety. and mary pat clark, state delegates and police police officers will be on hand to answer questions. >>> news around the nation, the question has come through a source of legend, this is where the body of jimmy hoffa, police in michigan they can answer that after all of this time. tomorrow with a dig in roseville michigan, investigators recently got a tip from what they're calling a credible source saying that hoffa's body was buried at this home, the same time the former teamsters boss disappeared in 1975. officials say that a radar test confirmed that something is buried be beneath a slab in that home. >>> no onions, an oregon manmade the question when he ordered a quarter pounder. he discovered onions on his burger when he got home, and he called the restaurant and they said come back
are in the 40s and a lot of spots. so take the jacket as you head out the door. i'd say a coat. i'm cold. exactly. let's look at these temperatures in bladensburg. 55 degrees there. and 43 degrees in west friendship this morning and look at the 100%. that means the dew point, the temperature are the exact same. actually a little bit of patchy fog in howard county this morning and also frederick county. out and about be prepared for that take it easy on the roadways. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now. and it's going to stay is that way through the day. we're going to get lots of sunshine in here. it's going to be a fantastic day. as we look at the hour by hour forecast for you. you're waking up temperatures chilly. 50 degrees by 10:00 this morning, 65 degrees. ample sunshine. and by lunchtime, 74 degrees. we will begin that warming trend as we head throughout the day. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>> good morning lynette. well, fan tab louse on the roads too. love that term. good one. if you are heading out on 895 right
right now in arnold. 70s everywhere and here's the hour by hour forecast. 86 degrees by lunchtime. a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with mike masco. good morning. >>> good morning lynette. good morning everybody. let's talk about the stadium and tonight as you can certainly expect a massive volume around the stadium. 395 and 295. all jammed probably starting after 4:00 i'm sure a lot of early tailgatessers. we have an issue along route 1 that's knocking out both lanes south of bel air. that's an accident and then construction delays into the key bridge. in fact this is tying things up at quarantine road at hawkins road. the final stop on back and show you everything is looking good on most of the beltways. outside for a live shot and we'll show you 70 at 29 and things are looking good at this point. another check on traffic in less than ten. megan on to you. >>> the man who brought football back to baltimore is in the hospital this morning. art modell is at johns hopkins reported in grave condition. the 87-year-old baltimore icon modell purchased the cleveland browns back
now in hanover, also edgewater. look at the 77s in easton and points southward around cambridge, 78 in chestertown this morning. these temperatures are about 10 to 15 degrees above where we should be for this time of the year when you're waking up in the morning. cloud cover, well, that's one of the reasons we're seeing these temperatures well above average this morning. a few showers back off toward the north and west. this will be continuing to move through here as we go throughout the day, so scattered showers are definitely a possibility as we go into the afternoon. that warm air mass is really going to be upon us as we go throughout the day because of the fact we are in the warm sector here. that warm front moved through yesterday. we do have a cold front that's going to slide through and then dissipate. behind that one, we will start to have another cold front slice through as we go into thursday and that will begin to bring us some cooler air, i should say, or not as muggy, that's a better term for it. as we look at tropical storm leslie here, winds sustained about 65 miles a
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